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Ethical Culture Study Session - with John Dukovic

  • Mar 2, 2014 · 3:45 PM
  • BJ & Lawrence's Home


Question for discussion: It’s easy to understand how a child raised in a religious tradition may remain faithful to it, or how religion strengthens tribal ties when survival is difficult. But for an adult in today’s developed world with independent means and the freedom to choose, what are the attributes of the mainstream religions that make them attractive?

Snacks served at 3:45. Meeting starts at 4 PM at Bryans’ home in San Jose.

This series of discussions about Ethical Culture will be held on the first Sunday of the month at a lovely home in downtown San Jose. Address provided upon RSVP.



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